Here at VSS, we've decided to add a new, client-focused feature to our recently refreshed website, which will give users access to case studies relevant to the industry in which they operate. We believe that this underlines our commitment to delivering a quality service.
We're proud to say that we have an impressive 25 years worth of industry experience, and we're keen to demonstrate to new and existing clients alike the flexibility of the service we provide. The new case study library will be a useful reference guide for those in need of examples of best practice in a variety of industry-specific situations, from kitchen extraction fires to potential airborne threats carried through contaminated ductwork.
Each study will help to educate those responsible for the installation or routine maintenance of a ductwork system, in the requirements and regulations specific to the industry in which they operate. As well as showing the likely result of neglecting to adhere to these regulations, the studies are designed to explain the costs that could be incurred and how maintenance could be both a solution and preventative measure.
The first Case Study to be featured on the new and improved website is a prestigious Park Lane Hotel, which saw approximately 1,500 people, including Black Eyed Peas singer Will-I-Am, evacuated from the 28-storey hotel after reports of smoke billowing from a second floor kitchen vent and the basement.
To check out the first Case Study visit http://www.breathevss.co.uk/case-studies